Month: November 2021

CASE Introduces SV215E and SV217E Single-Drum Vibratory Rollers

CASE Construction Equipment introduces the SV215E and SV217E single-drum vibratory rollers — two new models built for fast and consistent soil compaction on varying lift depths and material types. This is achieved with high centrifugal forces and standard dual amplitude and dual frequency capabilities that allow the operator to dial in compaction performance to each lift. Both rollers operate at 154 horsepower and weigh in at 33,420 and 36,500 pounds, respectively, with centrifugal forces up to 73,063 and 74,861 pounds. Each model is also compatible with ACEforce intelligent compaction technology to further ensure compaction quality, documentation and productivity.

This introduction brings the CASE single-drum soil compaction lineup to five models ranging from 75 to 154 horsepower.

CASE LIVE Virtual Event on Preparing Construction Equipment for Cold Weather

The interactive webcast focused on best practices for keeping equipment running well in cold weather, as well as tips for equipment owners who store equipment through the winter.

CASE Construction Equipment recently held a CASE LIVE virtual event that focused on Preparing Construction Equipment for Cold Weather (held on Wednesday, November 17 at 10 AM Central). Cold weather presents a variety of challenges for construction equipment, from fluids and batteries to hoses and tracks. CASE experts will discuss best cold weather maintenance practices, start-up and operational procedures, acquisition considerations, and other topics related to fleet management in cold weather.

2D Machine Control System Helps Wisconsin Contractor Keep ahead of Schedule and the Competition

Brent Tauschek of New Franken, Wisconsin grew up around heavy equipment. In the excavating and sitework business for more than 25 years, Tauschek started his own company, BT Excavating, in 2019. He now serves the Green Bay area with both residential and agricultural sitework — offering a complete set of site excavation and prep services.

“Generally, I like to do residential basements,” Tauschek says. “I can also do the sewer and water, or the septic systems for them. We strip the topsoil, dig the basement, come back, backfill, finish grade. We also do agricultural work, where we do feed pads, new barns, additions and general site work.”



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